Tuesday was the seventh day of protests in Sudan. Angry people have come out on the streets in this African country with huge increase in prices of roti and fuel.
The exhibition started from Atbra city on December 19th, which spread all over the country, including the capital, in less than a week.
The Sudan Police is using the excessive force to crush these protests. But in spite of this, the public is not taking the name of withdrawing the demands of its rights.
In these demonstrations, 12 people have died so far, although opposition parties say that the number of people killed is more than that.
Amnesty International has told the Sudanese government that the arrested detainees should be released immediately and respecting the rights of the people to restore Internet services.
The main reason for the current protests, the price of bread is to be 3 pounds straight from a Sudanese pound.
Although it was already in anger in the public about the policies and corruption of the government.
The Sudanese government has taken a lot of money from Saudi Arabia and fought thousands of soldiers to fight in Yemen, there is a lot of anger among the people.